AdrianHead.com

Conductor

December 20th, 2012

Time for a six-monthly reflective message…

Comments Off on Time for a six-monthly reflective message…, Blog, by adrianhead72.

With the end of the year looming, not to mention Christmas, it’s time for one of my six-monthly reflective messages. Usually I do these in the form of a status message on FB, or leave these for one of my private journals. But this one is going to be a little bit longer than is suitable for a mere status message, and which I feel is worthy of sharing with those of you who care for both Paula and myself, and not just for my own private, reflective, gestation, at a time far in the distant future.

More

August 23rd, 2010

On my way home…

Comments Off on On my way home…, Blog, by adrianhead72.

I was on the late train home last night after a rehearsal. I’d started to settle down in my seat to do some journal writing, which I was required to stop due to what was going on around me. More

December 8th, 2006

8th of December

Comments Off on 8th of December, Blog, by adrianhead72.

It’s been just over a year since I started the blog, and it is showing no signs of finishing off in the near future. We’ve had some sad news- Panda’s father just passed away a couple of days ago. I won’t talk about this too much just now, suffice to say that he had been a stroke sufferer for some time. I’ve just discovered in the last hour or so that one of my oldest friends is back in town after a a six year absence. I’ve only seen him a handful of times over the last fourteen years, and it’s amazing that we’ve stayed in touch over this time.

Stay tuned later in the month as I will probably do some sort of retrospective on what have certainly been a year of events- mostly good ones.

 

 

July 5th, 2006

Depression

7 Comments, Array, by adrianhead72.

Depression is something that is, apparently, becoming almost an epidemic in our society. But yet it is still treated by many as a taboo thing. Something to put up with. Something not to be spoken about because it’s embarrassing. The impression that this is a condition that must be endured- alone.

More